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XE2N

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Jose de Jesus Lopez-Villalobos

64840 MONTERREY
Mexico, NL

NA
mexico
xe2n is on air
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Call data

Last update:2015-08-25 13:16:18
QTH:MONTERREY
Continent:NA
Views:497
Main prefix:XE
Class:Extra
Federal state:NL
Latitude:25.6469444
Longitude:-100.2855500
Locator:DL95UV
DXCC Zone:50
ITU Zone:10
CQ Zone:6
Website:www.xe2n.org

Most used bands

20m
(49%)
40m
(21%)
17m
(10%)
15m
(7%)
30m
(6%)

Most used modes

FT8
(38%)
JT65
(20%)
SSB
(16%)
RTTY
(13%)
MFSK
(9%)

QSL data

Last update:2015-08-25 01:34:51
Bureau name:FMRE
eQSL QSL:YES
Bureau QSL:YES
Direct QSL:YES
LoTW QSL:YES

Biography

I´m working with a LINUX Operative System, trying to apply shell programs to hammer use. In this case is APRS Tier 2 server that is supported by my linux server, for example. I´m interested over VoIP systems and the use of IRLP and Echolink with LINUX is my favorite job. Currently, the use of microcontrollers and programmable logic circuits is very important to develop some circuits to control communications systems, in this moment, I´m designing some digital circuits to migrate our traditional designs to new hardware host (I love VHDL design). Another speciality is rescue robotic design and currently I´m dean of CUERBOT robotic team of Nuevo Leon Institute of Technology and participate with R&D Robotics Institute group. I`m member of Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores, A.C., IEEE Monterrey Section, Mexican Association of Robotics and Society of Automotive Enginners, Radio Aficionados Regiomontanos, A.C. XE2SO.

73

XE2N Chuy

Worked DXCCs:

Equipment

Currently work with these antennas: R8 Crushcraft Vertical, CP610 Diamond Vertical, 160C ISOTRON Vertical and UHF/VHF Crushcraft. My old HF radio is IC-725 modified to 200 W and Quad Band Wouxun. Obivusyy with a antenna tuner MFJ ;-)

  

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